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Hammond Whiting Evening Times (Newspaper) - November 7, 1928, Hammond, Indiana Indiana weather Shower tonight cooler in Northwest portion. Thursday fair and cooler. The Whiting vol. I., no. 186. Last night s circulation we m edition. 1,835 combined circulation 21, 227 Whiting Indiana wednesday november 7, 1928. Price two cents Lake county has elected its entire oui Ity voices its approval a Harry g. Leslie for governor bit i Etin Crown Point nov. 7__ with More than a precincts still Nils Slegr at 1 o clock this afternoon it was estimated that the total vote for the county a Vonald be in excess of 81.000 and that Hoover would draw 48,000 to Smith s 33,000. It by staff Man Crown Point nov. 7.�?Lake county polling the spectacular total vote of Over 81,000, yesterday handed Herbert Hoover the handsome majority of 14,500, gave senator Arthur Robinson a Strong shove Back into office voiced its approval of Harry Leslie for governor and continued to go Republican Down the line from congressman will r. Wood to Jim Black at the Bottom of the county ticket. The first Complete tabulation for the 162 precincts was made on the vote for governor at noon today and showed Leslie 45,985 Dailey. 35,356 an Early tabulation of the first 1 10 of the county s 162 precincts gave Hoover 41,149 Smith 28,371. Robinson 39,756 stump 28,721. Leslie 38,376 Day Ley 30,863. Makes them Bat eyes even Stai political leaders who hold their posts by virtue of their i ability to spread optimism under All circumstances batted their eyes and revised their last moment predictions last night As the returns rolled in up majorities greater than they had been counting on. Plenty of course had declared in a reckless Way that Hoover would come out of Lake county with 20,-000 to the Good but they knew better. The boys who were giving the Republican candidate an Edge of 10,-000, Felt that they were doing real Well but a him. Failed to show up in other words quite a lot of Campaign angles which were expected to complicate things on elect on Day failed to materialize. Myriads of straight tickets were voted and things moved along rapidly instead of the predicted sluggish vote due to excessive scratching which had been freely predicted. Gary and Hammond storm centers in the state s Campaign sat tight and piled up majorities of 7,000 and 5,000 respectively for Hoover. I Gary s big majority was apparent shortly after Midnight As the count Sho Ved precinct after precinct Reg site died in the Republican column. Hoover s Edge of 7,000 was estimated after unofficial figures had Beem received from All but one pre cd no to this morning. The missing precinct is the thirty a second located at 1124 Washington Street. Still Well ahead in Gary Leslie for governor was about 3,000 behind Hoover but still Well ahead of his opponent Dailey. East Chi it ago provided one of the big surprises when it Clung desperately. To the g. O. P. Whereas the political leaders had steeled themselves for a democratic majority. Even the Indiana Harbor Section which had been privately conceded to the anti prohibition forces kept in tally sheets with Bare eyelash victories for the republicans. The final count gave Hoover a margin of 1,058 Over Smith while Leslie and Dailey were Only 620 apart with Leslie to the Good. Out Hammond s 38 precincts Only eight gave democratic rna Jori ties. Quot they were precincts 3, 4, 11, 12, 13,i l4, 28 and 34. Hiting de310cratic a halting has the Honor of being the Only Large democratic com Mulry in the county. Smith there led in. Four of the eight precincts and t he leads were great enough to off i the Republican margins in the other four. Hanover township was another Quot stronghold giving him a majority of about 1% to 1. Other communities outside the Northern Industrial townships were steadfastly Republican. Hobart Highland Munster and Lowell gave the Republican ticket majorities practically the same As in former contests. On the democratic ticket Dailey ran far ahead of Smith while Horst for sheriff and Schroeder for recorder were also High. Will be some delay first returns came in within a few minutes after the closing of several of the precincts in which voting machines were used. From then on the Stream from All parts of the county was continuous and continued on Page Twenty a no can Leslie is swept into office temperature for Region temperature today As registered by thermometer on first Trust and Savi if a Bank build engr Hammond was 45 degrees fahrenheit at 7 30 a. M.�?51 decrees fahrenheit at noon. Veather Rainy at noon. East Chirac j Over 13,000 votes were cast in East Chicago yesterday a record for the City. The Quot democratic weather Quot came but it was just a few hours too late to do Al any Good. The citizens ice Supply co., is building a new Quarter of a million Dollar Plant in East Chicago that will double its daily capacity. East Chicago s plurality was 1,000 for Herbert Hoover and the county and state Republican tickets. The regular chamber of Commerce forum meeting will be held tomorrow noon at the congregational Church. The twin City gave its two Republican candidates a Good comfortable vote but its two democratic candidates for office failed to run ahead of Al Smith. Calumet the Section be twee ii the East and West Side of East Chicago gave Hoover a four vote plurality. The count was 558 to 554 in four precincts. Or. R. V. Rutherford 3700 Michigan Avenue reports that some one broke into his office while he was eating dinner last evening and stole Gold valued at 517. Kiwan ians Are planning to sponsor the Quot big brother movement Quot in the twin City. The men Hope to be of considerable help to boys and girls of the City. Senator William Hodges will be the main speaker on an american legion program to be presented at the Washington High school auditorium sunday evening. A warrant has been issued for the arrest of Bruno Misivich e. Chicago policeman on a charge of perjury. Police have not been Able to locate him. While an Indiana Harbor Man was driving South on drum mond Street last evening someone fired a shot from the sidewalk and a .32 calibre Bullet crashed through a window in his car. Henry Davis 2110 Broadway East Chicago was struck by a car while walking across Walsh Avenue in the Harbor last night and had an Arm and leg the Whiting women s club held an interesting meeting monday at the Community Center. A Mission is being held at the St. Peter and Paul Church on Center. It will last until nov. 11. The oilers Are getting ready for their final football game saturday. They meet Elkhart there. Precinct five went Over big for the democrats. All democratic candidates polled big majorities Over their Republican rivals. The Whiting Community Chest drive is progressing. The chairman and workers report that it will be put Over big this year. The police station has been Given a new coat of paint. Everything is spick and Span now. The regular saturday afternoon movie at the Community Center will feature Harold Lloyd in Quot for heaven s Whiting was the Only City in Lake county that went Strong for Smith and Dailey. Both candidates polled big majorities. Whiting cast Over 3,000 votes yesterday. It is said to have been the biggest vote cast in the City. Several Whiting people were up until an Early hour this morning waiting for definite returns on the election. The Whiting Community Center is planning on organizing a Community choral club. The first meeting will be held monday night at the Community Center. By Mich. Central Bert Lee Hagemier 32, of 1396 Carolina Street Hessville was instantly killed at 7 o clock this morning when he drove into the path of a in Michigan Central passenger train at the Kennedy Avenue death trap Grade crossing in . Hagemier an assistant Foreman at the u. S. Lead refining company. East Chicago was on his Way to work when he met the shocking death. He stopped at the crossing while an East bound freight train passed and drove in front of the fast westbound Quot Canadian express Quot of the Michigan Central Road travelling on an adjacent track. The Light Coupe which Hagemier was driving was thrown 200 feet along the Railroad right of Way. When officers Somer and Elman of the Hammond police arrived the Hessville Man was dead with a crushed head and limbs and possible internal injuries. The Auto was a mass of wreckage. The passenger train. No 19, was in charge of conductor o Dell of Detroit and Engineer Daugherty of Kalamazoo Mich. Conductor Wil Helm was in charge of the freight sex. 7878. The Kennedy Avenue crossing scene of Many train Auto fatalities is guarded by Flash signals Only and Hagemier apparently failed to watch the signals after the freight cleared the crossing. A Hagemier was married but had no children and was Well liked by fellow employees at the refinery. The body was removed to the Oexmann funeral Home Hammond pending funeral arrangements. The Date of the Coroner s inquest has not yet been vote cast in Hammond City gives Herbert Hoover five thousand majority casting by far the largest vote in the history of the City Hammond returned a solid majority of Ovier 5,000 votes for Herbert Hoover in the presidential election and completely followed this precedent by returning every Republican candidate on the ticket a Victor by approximate Odds of 3 to 2. In the four major offices the Only a evidence of split tickets is found in the race for governor where Harry Leslie ran approximately 1,200 votes behind Hoover but yet was swept in on the presidential wave in Hammond where Dailey was known to have a Strong following. Senator Arthur Robinson polled within 500 votes of Hoover while continued on pane Twenty Oneeter defeat Indianapolis ind., nov. 7�? 1. . Or. Earl Peters democratic state chairman at noon today virtually conceded the election to Harry g. Leslie Republican candidate for governor. Quot while we still cling to the Hope that Frank c. Dailey our democratic candidate will be elected it appears from the returns that he probably has been Defeated by a narrow margin Quot Peters said. Quot the tremendous vote which or. Dailey obtained in the face of the Hoover landslide was a testimonial to his popularity and to the splendid efforts of the Loyal democratic workers of with Only a few Hundred precincts outstanding Leslie was maintaining his Lead of approximately 12,000 drops dead Brazil ind., nov. 7�? . Is. Mary Carpenter 70, wife of w. Carpenter head of the Brazil i ust company dropped dead Here today due to the excitement Over the election of Herbert Hoover. International news service san Francisco i of. 7.�?Herbert Hoover avas Riding to Victory on an Avalanche of votes in the Pacific coast states it was evident today As the Republican candidate for the presidency continued to Roll up a great majority Over gov. Alfred e. Smith. In California with 5,234 precincts incomplete. Hoover was leading Smith by 331,014 votes. The Republican Candi Date was also piling up comfortable majorities in Washington Idaho Oregon Nevada and Arizona. A hot Battle was still on in Washington for the senatorial Toga. Latest returns disclosed that c. C. Dill democratic in incumbent was leading his Republican opponent Kenneth macintosh by slightly More than 3,000 up two Chicago hoodlums both armed with guns were picked up by Gary police yesterday afternoon near a polling place at 1617 Washington Street and detained for questioning. At police Headquarters the men gave their names As Clemens lat ton age 37, 243 West 62rid Street and i. Tinkler age 27, South Moor hotel both of Chicago. When taken into custody both men were armed Latton having an automatic and a revolver strapped to his Side and Tinkler was armed with one revolver. The fact that they were strangers and their suspicious actions in loitering about the polls attracted the attention of police who placed them under arrest and searched them finding the International news service fort Worth tex., nov. 7.�?a tabulation at 9 30 a. M. By the Texas election Bureau showed Herbert Hoover gradually increasing his margin Over governor Alfred e. Smith. The returns from 216 counties including fourteen Complete out of 253 in the state give Hoover 244.354 Smith 235,375. Returns from Lowell Lowell ind., nov. 7�?returns from precinct no. 1, Cedar Creek township gave Hoover 624 votes to Smith s 205. There was 848 votes cast. Harry Leslie Republican candidate for governor polled 586 votes against Frank Dailey s 262. Arthur Robinson candidate for United states senator was Given a vote of 615, while stump his opponent received 233. Joe Kyle the Republican candidate for sheriff received 581 ballots while George n. Horst got.267 votes. The balance of the ticket was strongly in the Republican candidate s favor. New Bull movement by Frank Charlton International news service new York nov. 7.�? amid scenes of pandemonium on the floor of the new York Stock Exchange while brokers fought to execute buying orders a new Bull movement which Many brokers believed to be the beginning of a Quot Hoover Market Quot set in this morning. Buying orders poured in from All Over the United states putting some issues to the highest Price in years and some up to record tops. The Boom extended from the Quot big Board Quot to the curb but the commodity markets Felt Little effect. All sections of the Stock list but especially the oils and industrials were in the forefront of the state 31,000senator Robinson will have 200,000 majority it is reported by Eugene j. Cadou staff correspondent i. A service India Napolis ind., nov. 7.�?an Indiana majority of 300,000 for Herbert Hoover the re election of United states senator Arthur r. Robinson Republican by 200,000 votes and the Victory of Harry g. Leslie g. O. P. Gubernatorial nominee were indications based upon the tabulation of More than one half of the 3,608 Hoosier precincts Early today. With 1,822 precincts reported Harry g. Leslie was Riding with the Hoover tidal wave that engulfed Indiana and was approximately 21,-000 votes ahead of his democratic opponent Frank c. Dailey the vote was Leslie 425,173 Dailey 403,679. Hooyer s Indiana margin exceeded the predictions of All leaders of the Republican party and was certain to surpass even the 210,000 majority of president Calvin Coolidge in 1924. Dailey s Fine showing. The splendid showing of Dailey was a political sensation As in the Early returns he maintained a Lead Over Leslie in the face of the Hoover landslide but later in the night the leadership switched to Leslie who at the half Avay Mark had a margin of approximately 11,000. Hoover s Victory wave probably will cause Leslie s election according to the belief of a number of political observers. However the Indiana Republican party lost its seventh District congressman when representative Ralph e. Updike of Indianapolis was beaten by Louis Ludlow former president of the National press club and a prominent Washington political writer. With returns practically Complete Ludlow was leading Updike to the tune of 93,749 to 88,062. Updike is sweated. The defeat of Updike and the narrow margin of Leslie were considered As a rebuke to the politicians of Indiana in the first general election since the political corruption mess resulted in indictments of 16 Public officials and politicians. The Marion county grand jury had reported that congressman Updike had signed a political patronage contract with d. C. Stephenson former grand dragon of the Indiana Kun flux klan who now is serving a life sentence for the murder of an Indianapolis girl. Dailey had conducted his Campaign on nearly the sole Issue of political corruption. Democratic orators had charged that Leslie was the heir apparent of the Stephenson political machine and that the former klan chieftain backed Leslie for speaker of the 1925 House of representatives of the Indiana legislature. At the half Way Point Leslie was fully 135,000 votes behind Herbert Hoover the Leader of the Republican ticket. Shumaker fails. Edward s. Shum Kare Indiana anti Saloon league a superintendent a Pertnoy had failed in his drive to defeat for re election David a Myers Republican chief Justice of the state supreme court who wrote the opinion sentencing the dry chieftain to 60 Days at the state penal farm from which he was saved by the Pardon of governor de Jackson. Judge Myers seemed to be Only a few thousand votes behind the total for Leslie and the other state candidates. The greatest turn out of women voters in the history of Indiana was largely responsible for the Hoover landslide in this state. The women voters nullified the ballots of Quot wet Quot sympathizers and beat the Smith supporters in counties where it was believed that the new York governor had a real Chance. There was a total Lack of evidence of the much heralded farm revolt in the Hoosier returns. Our next president 1 Herbert Hoover Reform candidates beaten Valparaiso ind., nov. 7.�? . So mrs Medina Waldron Cox democratic Reform candidate for county sheriff and president of the Porter county w. C. T. U., was Defeated by Burney Maxwell Republican by a vote of �781 to 3,079. A Large gathering of Hammond people will proceed to the All saints Church tomorrow morning at ten o clock there to attend the last rites held in behalf of the late reverend father Edward f. Barrett pastor of the Church who died Early monday morning. The it. Rev. Bishop John f. Noll of fort Wayne will participate in the obsequies tomorrow and will preach the funeral Sermon. The body under a guard of Honor will be escorted from the rectory to the All saints Church this afternoon where it Avil lie in state until the time of the funeral. Tonight at 8 45 the members of the Catholic order of foresters the in Glits of Columbus and Young men of All saints will meet at the Church there to join in the recitation of the holy Rosary. The Church doors will be locked tomorrow morning from eight o clock until 9 30 Ashen they will be opened to the attendants at the funeral. The personnel of the clergy to participate in the holy tomorrow and the honorary and Active pall bearers follow red Tiem mass Coram Episcopo it. Rev. John f. Noll d. D. Presbyter assistant very Rev. . Thiele. Continued on Page Twenty one Whiting nov. 7.�?tliough the nation went Republican Whiting went Strong for Smith and Dailey. Smith polled 1900 to Hoover s 1,540, a majority of 360. Dailey s total was 1,723 and Leslie was 1,543, which gave Dailey a majority of Iso. Other democrats Avo polled a majority Over to Weir Republican opponents were Murray candidate for prosecuting attorney who polled a total of 1,721 votes to Starrs 1,664 Brennaman candidate for judge of Superior court of the second District. Republican polled majorities for other offices. In the first returns Smith and Dailey showed slight leads Over Hoover and Leslie. Further returns from the different precincts continued on Page Twenty one succumbs to Noblesville ind., nov. 7�? .s. A Eli Cornelius 65, i member of one of the election boards of Cicero near Here dropped dead while handing out a ballot to a voter. Excitement of election Day was believed to have brought on the fatal heart stroke. What was probably the bitterest struggle on the part of the Republican party in Lake county took place in East Chicago yesterday with the Hoover a. O. P. Winning out a plurality of 1,020 in 28 out of 29 precincts. East Chicago has been carried in the doubtful columns by Lake county republicans Ever since the Cam Palgon opened and local party leaders feel they have accomplished much in turning in a plurality of Over 1,000 votes for Hoover and the entire county and state Republican tickets. The greatest fight for Republican votes in the City took place in the Section known As Quot Calumet Quot which is mid Way Between the East and West Side of town. Four precincts there turned in the narrow margin of four votes for the g. O. P. Ticket. The count was 558 to 554. Most of the population in this Section is foreign and coloured and Al Smith ran a hard race with Hoover. Henry w. Peterson East Chicago City chairman gave All credit to the Republican workers Ashen he was assured that Victory belonged to his a party. He declared Quot the Republican Victory in East Chicago is the continued on Page Twenty one Hoover s electoral landslide Hoover Smith Hoover Smith 12 Arizona 3. Arkansas 9 California 13 Colorado. 6 a a Connecticut 7 Delaware 3 a a. Florida. 6 14 4 29 Indiana 15 a 13 Kansas 10 Kentucky 13. Louisiana 10 Maine 6 Maryland. 8 Massachusetts. 18 Iii Chian i. Minnesota 12 Mississippi ,. To is Missouri. Is Montana 4 a a Nebraska. 8 Nevada. 3 a new Hampshire. 4 a new Jersey 14 a a 3 a a 45 a a North Carolina. 12 North Dakota 5 Ohio. 24 a 01<iahoma 10 a a 5 a a Pennsylvania. 38 a Rhode Island a a 5 South Carolina. 9 South Dakota 5 Tennessee. 12 a a 4 Vermont. T a a Virgi Nia. 12 Washington. 7 a Virginia. S 13 Wyoming. A 3 totals. 424 87 Texas with 20 votes is doubt Ful. Indianapolis ind., nov. 7.�? l stg a with the exception of Ralph Updike Defeated by Louis Ludlow Democrat the entire Republican Marion county ticket was elected unofficial returns from All of the county s 269 precincts showed today. The total vote in Marion county was approximately 183,000 which shattered All records. In 1924 Only about 155,000 votes were cast. Frank c. Dailey democratic nominee for governor carried Marion county by nearly 22,000 majority but apparently has lost the state by a narrow margin. Herbert Hoover carried Marion county by at least 35,000 majority. In the congressional race Ludlow Defeated congressman Updike by at least 11,000 was there such a tremendous defeat for a Democrat solid South is badly Shaw a ered by George r. Holmes International news service new York nov. 7.�? the most amazing presi a dental Campaign in history a has had the most amazing outcome. Herbert Hoover has been elected to the presidency in one of the most if not the most a sweeping landslides Ever recorded. Governor Al Smith has i suffered the most crushing defeat Ever visited upon a democratic candidate for the White House and Down in the resounding crash with him went his party s candidates for Congress for governor and for Many minor offic6sii throughout the country. Some forty millions of american voters have spoken and How in three hitherto impregnable solid South has been broken in three places in Orth Carolina Virginia find Florida and before the Day is done another Hole May develop in it Texas where it is nip and tuck. Governor Smith lost his own state of. New York by More than 100,000 votes and ran behind the rest of the ticket in. Doing so. When the Sun Rose this morning upon the wreckage of democratic Hopes governor Smith was apparently sure of but seven states eix of them in the South Alabama South Carolina Arkansas Louisiana Mississippi and Georgia and one in the North Massachusetts. Two others appeared doubtful Texas in the South and Rhode Island in the North. The electoral Hurricane that blew Herbert Hoover into the presidency by the greatest Republican majority in history was still going today. Greetings to strangers. North Carolina has joined Virginia and Florida in the break up of the solid South and later returns this morning put. The state in the Republican column for the first time since reconstruction Days. Before Sunset Texas May also join the boaters. With some 39 counties missing this morning. Hoover was maintaining a 10,000 Lead Over Smith in the Lone Star state and in View of the dimensions. Of the Republican sweep elsewhere in the South there seemed to be Little a reason to doubt that Hoover would also gee those 20 electoral votes to add to his already unbelievable total. By Way of compensation however Rhode Island s 5 electoral votes drifted Over into the Smith column this morning by a. Scant 2,000 majority. All the rest Are Hoover s. He made a clean sweep through the Border states set the Prairies afire in the Corn Aud wheat Belt mopped up the the Pacific coast and raced like a Zephyr through the individual East and save Only in two spots Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Never anything like it. Never was there such a sweep for a Republican. And never was there such a defeat for a Democrat. Or. Hoover apparently was certain this morning of a minimum electoral College total of 412 votes with 25 others Texas 20 and Rhode Island s 5, still hanging in the balance. For governor Smith there was but 94, As compared with the 127 that Cox pulled in 1920 and the 136 that went for Davis in 1924, and they were the worst beaten democrats in history. From that May be judged the magnitude of yesterday s cataclysm. Without Texas Hoover has an electoral total of 424 As against 87 for governor Smith. With the 20 from Texas it soars to 444, a High record for All time. Even in 1912, the year of the Republican split and the democratic landslide Woodrow Wilson Only garnered 435 electoral votes and eight years ago in 1920, when the late Warren g. Harding Cyclone through the nation the Republican total was Only 404. The overnight shifts disclose that giving Texas to Hoover Only eight states gave their electoral vote to governor Smith a Massachusetts and Rhode Island in the North both by scant margins and Alabama Arkansas Georgia Mississippi Louisiana arid South Carolina in the South two of the metropolises of the South Atlanta and Birmingham continued on Page Twenty-0 i
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